Run iOS apps on your Mac with the M1 chip

The M1 chip means the Mac is faster and more powerful, and the Apple computer instantly becomes more versatile. Thanks to this chip, your Mac runs iOS apps just like iPhone and iPad. While introducing the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini – the first Macs with Apple’s own chip – this was rendered fairly nicely. After that it remained muted, but mainly because this function is very intuitive. Installing iOS apps is very easy. There are no strange tricks. We’ll explain how to do that in this workshop.

Additionally, we immediately introduce a number of our favorite iOS apps. Because even though the Mac OS can run them all, a number of developers are choosing not to have it available (yet). Unfortunately, we cannot access streaming services like Netflix, Prime Video or NPO Start and banking apps are also absent. Still, there’s enough to keep you entertained. Do you have an M1 Mac? Then read quickly.


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